Tag Archives: homework

Bullying in the cage

This article at CNN (called “Could Your Child Be a Bully?“) illustrates yet another case, I think, of folks failing to take the next logical step and calling the phenomenon of full-time, age-sorted, compulsory school itself the problem: “I look … Continue reading

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How do I make my child … ?

I follow various social-media pages and groups and message boards because I learn about interesting books and toys and articles from them, and I appreciate those things. One thing I dislike about those pages and boards, though, are some of … Continue reading

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Hover training

This article in Education Week (called “Schools Are Using Social Networking to Involve Parents“) is making me just a wee bit crazy. Here I go. Boldface mine. The article says: “Digital technology is providing a growing variety of methods for school … Continue reading

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Instead of homework, why not homeschool?

This article from Australia, called “Teachers Push for Parents to Help Children with Homework,” begins: “Teachers want parents to sign homework contracts so mums and dads acknowledge what is expected of them and their children.” If you have to work … Continue reading

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